We had the pleasure of speaking with Larry Corey (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA, USA) to discuss the current status of SARS-CoV2 vaccine candidates.
His talk entitled: ‘Update on SARS-CoV2 vaccine candidates: What do the data show?’ was presented at the IAS COVID-19 Conference: Prevention 2021, 02 February 2021.
- What are the most useful target antigens for SARS-CoV2 vaccine? (0:06)
- What have we learned from the development of the currently approved vaccines, and which candidates seem most promising? (0:55)
- What is the current status of the clinical development of these candidates? (1:32)
Disclosures: Larry Corey has nothing to disclose in relation to this video.
Support: Interview and filming supported by Touch Medical Media.
Filmed as a highlight of IAS COVID-19 Conference: Prevention (Virtual) 2021.
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